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Love & Awe of G-d

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The Torah commands us to “love G-d with all your heart”. The Hebrew word for 'heart' is spelled with an extra letter: the letter 'vet' appears twice. Our Sages explain that this means that we are to love G-d with both inclinations of the heart, the good (...
A Journey Through Tanya, Lesson 9
Next the Tanya presents various meditations to produce different types of love to G-d. From the reflective reciprocal love to the ‘golden’ submissive love. Finally, we highlight the ultimate purpose in expressing G-d’s presence in this low world. (coverin...
Return: Five Paths for Getting Closer to G-d - Lesson 6
The importance of preserving modesty in our most intimate relationship.
Return: Five Paths for Getting Closer to G-d - Lesson 5
Intimacy with G-d reveals personal meaning in the ups and downs of life.
Return: Five Paths for Getting Closer to G-d - Lesson 3
Letting go of selfish and worldly attachments to become sensitive to the needs of the Beloved.
The Torah commands us: You shall love the L-rd your G-d with all your heart. How can we be expected to feel a love for Him if the feeling is not embedded in our heart?
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The Hebrew word AHAVAH (love) is defined in terms of ELOKUT (G-dness).
Torah and mitzvot are never very far from a Jew. They are no farther, in fact, than his or her identity
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